The Ultimate Warrior, in all his fringed glory, made an appearance on Arsenio Hall to promote his upcoming match with Hulk Hogan where he becomes WWF Champion.
What better way to love your puppy than taking it for a half-cab followed by a heel flip. Watch out kitty, your face has rollerblades written all over it.
Using a highly-efficient design, the Klipsch Heritage HP-3 Headphones offer audiophile sound untethered from dedicated amps. At their heart are free-edge 52mm bio-dynamic drivers made from a secret mix of bio-cellulose and inorganic fiber that are incredibly balanced and controlled. They're seated in solid wood ear cups that are triple-vented to reduce pressure in your ears and deliver consistent, natural sound. Matching the quality of the audio, the rest of the design is hand-assembled using visible copper nuts and bolts, with a hand-stitched cowhide headband and magnetic removable sheepskin ear cushions. They arrive in a handsome wooden case, along with a pair of smartphone-compatible 3.5mm cables, a 1/4" adapter, and a solid steel headphone stand.
Driver: KG-520 Free-Edge Biodynamic / Frequency Response: 5Hz-45kHz / Sensitivity: 98 dB / Impedance: 25 Ohms
Height: 7.87" / Width: 10.24" / Depth: 1.97" / Weight: 0.97 lbs.
To build a watch that can stand up to the demands of the world's top athletes, Nixon enlisted the help of Mitchell Hall, retired US Navy SEAL, and other special ops soldiers. The latest version of the Regulus is a result of that military influence boasting a 46mm camouflage stainless steel case with matching strap. Custom injected molding keeps it waterproof to 100 meters, and for your covert operations, the Regulus has an easy to read, large, backlit LCD screen with brightness control. It also boasts dual chronographs and a battery that will last up to five years.
Presented by Nixon.
For WWF's Earth Hour, lights will switch off around the globe on March 26, 2011 at 8:30 pm. Don't get caught with your lights on — the moths are coming.
Taggart Siegel, director of The Real Dirt On Farmer John, highlights the pivotal role bees play in our lives through the stuggles of beekeepers, famers, and scientists during this global bee crisis. You'll never look at these pesky pests the same way again. Opening in 28 U.S. cities beginning this spring.